Sowing seeds of hope at Alsop

Students at Alsop High School began sowing seeds for a wild flower area in Walton Hall Park as part of a new partnership with the Friends of Walton Hall Park and Scouse Flowerhouse. The students from Year 7 spent time in the park learning about wild flowers and environmental issues. The

ASFA brings its school community together through collective worship

Since the second lockdown, the Academy of St Francis Assisi’s Chaplaincy team have found creative ways to adapt form time collective reflections for students watching online at home.  Weekly reflections took the form of ten-minute creative homemade films with ASFA’s Chaplain, Phil Johnson, covering themes including kindness, forgiveness, perseverance and hope.  Year

Deyes High students show kindness across the community

During lockdown, Deyes High School felt that the sense of community really kept them all going through the challenges faced by everyone and their students were truly outstanding in supporting each other. From this, the school hatched an idea that gave its students the opportunity to support the community around

Wellbeing at the heart of the school

Staff and pupils at Huyton with Roby CE Primary School are celebrating achieving their Wellbeing Award for Schools (WAS) throughout lockdown. School award co-ordinator, Georgina Carr said: “Mental health and wellbeing has always been a priority for the school but more so than ever during the lockdowns. We knew we had

Rainford High commemorates National Day of Reflection

On the National Day of Reflection, Rainford High has joined Marie Curie’s campaign and filled its windows with flowers as a way of marking the anniversary of the first lockdown.  Students were tasked with producing eye-catching flower pictures in order to create a display in the windows at the front of school to commemorate National Day of Reflection.   Staff and students hope that the vivid display gives thoughts of positivity